The United Kingdom has added 59 Russian individuals and companies to its sanctions list

The United Kingdom has added 59 Russian individuals and companies to its sanctions list. The British Foreign Office announced this on Thursday, Reuters news agency reported.

Gazprombank, Alfa Bank and state-owned oil transport company Sovcomflot, among others, are no longer able to access their assets. Gazprombank, the commercial bank of the gas company of the same name, is one of the main payment channels for Russian oil and gas. Alfa Bank is one of the leading private lenders in Russia. Sanctions also target Russian Railways and defense company Kronstadt, the main producer of Russian drones.

In addition, the UK added oil tycoon Yevgeny Shvidler, founder of Tinkoff Bank Oleg Tinkoff, and German Gref, CEO of Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank. The British Foreign Office also says Polina Kovalyovac Who will be the daughter of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. She was going to own four million real estate in London.

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